The successor to Samsung’s best-selling Galaxy S2 could yet land in April as had been previously rumoured, latest reports from Korea suggest.
Samsung is reportedly planning to bring forward the Galaxy S3’s hotly awaited launch from May to April in a bid to coincide its release with the London 2012 Olympics and capitalise on its status as one of the major official partners.
News of developments comes as the company’s Greater China President Kim Young-Ha spoke with the local press regarding the phone-maker’s roadmap for the country.
Timing the S3’s debut alongside the international sporting event could massively boost sales, with expectations reaching fever pitch for what could be the grandest Android launch yet.
Features mooted to be on board the handset include a 1.5GHz Exynos quad core processor, a 12-megapixel camera, waterproof coating and a ceramic 'micro arc oxidation' back for improved grip.
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